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  • The cult of Rajaviscattered families

    Deconstructing the Couple within the MEK

    “Family, I hate you”. This citation from André Gide, the French author and 1947 Nobel Laureate can be described, with no exaggeration at all, as Massoud Rajavi’s motto. After all, the People’s Mojahedin sacrificed everything for their revolution. In order for the individual to give…

  • Massoud RajaviMassoud Rajavi

    The MEK former member: Rajavi is an Iranian Bin-Laden

    At a very long ago, this mechanical engineer, born to poor peasants, was attracted to the movement against the Shah’s dictatorship by the speeches of its founders: Mehdi Bazargan,Hanifnezhad and Massoud Rajavi. He joined the Mojahedin organization in his home region in northern Iran. He…

  • Former members of the MEKMEK Cult current operation - one of the groups self criticism sessions

    The MEK Ex-member: We were remote controlled, like robots

    Ali Qashqaei spent five years (1995-1998) in the organization’s camps in Iraq: “I was in a difficult financial situation. I thought the organization could help me to get out of it. I was also attracted by the leaders’ message. They claimed they were working to…

  • The cult of RajaviMEK members' at camp ashraff

    The soldiers of despair

    She was about twenty when she left Iran in 1995 together with her husband, Haidari, and her two daughters, Elahe and Roya. The couple arrived in the Netherlands, where they applied for political asylum. The government refused it. The Mojahedin contacted her husband and asked…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terrorist groupMEK terror activities

    The Mujahedin made me a killer

    Naser Naderi : They made me a killer Naser Naderi comes from Shah Reza, near Ispahan in southern Iran. He was 21 when he joined the movement in 1979. He participated in many military actions, but only admits one murder, that of Ardeshir Doudanger, a…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceAnn Singleton

    Saddam’s Private Army

    Ms. Ann Singleton wrote the book Saddam’s Private Army in 2003 on “How Rajavi changed Iran’s Mojahedin from armed revolutionaries to an armed cult” To read the book click here Part One – From prison to Ideological Revolution Chapter 1 – Historical context Chapter 2…

  • The cult of RajaviPMOI: a cult in heart of the Republic

    PMOI: a cult in heart of the Republic

    "…in December 2011, a petition was being circulated in French parliament. It was signed by 74 senators and 282 members of the Assembly. It demanded support for the People's Mujahedin Organization of Iran and its leader Maryam Rajavi, as well as guarantee for international protection…

  • MEK Camp AshrafThe Life of Camp Ashraf

    The Life of Camp Ashraf

    The fascinating story of the controversial life of Camp Ashraf in Iraq from its foundation in 1986 to the present day is told in this book..In conclusion, the book examines the ways to deal with the problem of how to dismantle a dangerous destructive mind…

  • Mujahedin Khalq OrganizationMisled Martyrs

    Misled Martyrs

    An Iranian woman sets herself alight outside of the French embassy in London. She sacrifices her life for the freedom of her leader, Maryam Rajavi, after her arrest by the French police on terrorism and fraud charges. She is one of at least ten members…

  • Former members of the MEKMasoud: Memoirs of an Iranian Rebel

    Masoud: Memoirs of an Iranian Rebel

    The memoir of Masoud Banisadr, until 1996 a US and Eu­ropean representative of the National Council for Resistance (NCR), the MKO's nominally independent political wing, helps present a picture of the organization as it functioned from the late 1970s. Masoud is especially timely, since the…

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